UAE company Esharah Etisalat Security Solutions will assist to make sure the security of millions of Expo 2020 visitors and contributors as issuer of secure communications for volunteers, security workforce and first responders.
The leading systems integrator and modern day smart solutions company has been named Official Secure Systems Provider for Expo 2020 Dubai, and will grant a secure, encrypted mobile telecommunications network for all handheld communications gadgets used at The World’s Greatest Show.
Mohammed Al Hashmi, Chief Technology Officer, Expo 2020 Dubai, said: “The security and safety of workforce and all visitors to Expo 2020 is of paramount importance. Our partnership with Esharah Etisalat Security Solutions underpins our promise to be one of the world’s most innovative World Expos in records – complementing many other agreements designed to make sure seamless and secure operations as soon as we open our doors to the world on 20 October 2020.”
Ali Bahlooq, General Manager, Esharah Etisalat Security Solutions, said: “As a leading company of secure telecommunications throughout the UAE, we are extraordinarily proud to partner with Expo 2020 Dubai – the biggest event ever staged in the Arab world.
“Our established high-level client base – which consists of critical aspects of the UAE’s infrastructure such as Dubai Airports, Dubai Ports and the Roads and Transport Authority in Dubai – is testament to our secured solution offering. We are excited to carry this knowledge to Expo 2020.”
The group, a subsidiary of UAE-based Professional Communication Corporation – Nedaa, is the security network provider for the Government of Dubai, providing its offerings throughout a broad vary of industry verticals that consist of public transport, law enforcement, customs, ports and security, and aviation.
With more than 200 members and millions of visitors, Expo 2020 Dubai will serve as a platform for global collaboration, innovation and significant partnerships that help create a better future for all. It will run for six months from 20 October 2020.